Welcome to Sprint Blogs, a place where we discuss innovative ideas and offer updates about our company, our industry and the advances in mobile technology we all use for staying connected, having fun and getting things done. 

 

February 05, 2014

Sprint Accelerator helps drive startups, innovation

The Sprint Accelerator is one part of an overall movement to help grow creative, cultural and entrepreneurial density, making Kansas City a choice location for those looking to innovate in mobile technology.

February 04, 2014

Pushing Speed Boundaries

Since its beginning, Sprint has set the standard for innovation. Sprint built the country’s first 4G wireless network from a national carrier, the nation's first all-digital fiber optic network, the first nationwide digital PCS service, and the first nationwide push-to-talk iDEN service. At our Research and Technology Lab in Burlingame, we continue this rich heritage of innovation.

February 03, 2014

Tis the Season, Tax Season that Is…

What are you going to do with your tax refund?

January 31, 2014

Boost Mobile Unveils Boost MAX, First No-Contract Phablet Priced Under $300

It’s a phone…It’s a tablet…It’s Boost MAX!

January 29, 2014

Sprint helps U.S. Ski and Snowboard athletes train for victory

Today, skiers and snowboarders carry their smartphones with them – that same smartphone is as essential to their on-the-hill training as boots and goggles.

January 29, 2014

Keep Your Treasured Pics Safe and More in the Cloud

Sprint is working with Pogoplug to give our customers one secure place to store and organize personal photos, videos, music and more.

January 27, 2014

We haven’t forgotten about you talk ‘n’ texters!

payLo was especially designed with value-conscious wireless consumers in mind.

January 24, 2014

ZTE Optik 2 Offers Sprint Customers a Powerful Tablet for $29.99

There is still an untapped market for tablet buyers.


January 22, 2014

Happy New Year LTE

As we kick off a new year it’s amazing to look back at the development of LTE - a now mainstream technology that has experienced the fastest development cycle in the history of mobile.  According to a January 2014 Global Mobile Suppliers Association report, 263 commercial networks and more than 1,240 user devices of various form factors have been launched, giving consumers around the world unprecedented peak throughputs and low latencies, and spurring the development of new applications.